Lady Trojans tame Wildcats before holiday break

HARRISON – The Drummond Lady Trojans earned a win before the Christmas break, downing Harrison on the road 54-30. The locals scored 21 points in the opening stanza behind the hot hands of Jessie Struna and Holly Hauptman with a combined 17 points. Struna finished the night 15 points while Hauptman led the team with 19. Drummond is off for the remainder of the break and will return to play Jan. 3 when they host Twin Bridges. SCORING DRUMMOND – 21/9/14/10 – 54 HARRISON – 3/10/2/15 – 30 Drummond – Hilmo 4, Phillips 7, Parke 4, Struna 15, Bradshaw 5, Hauptman 19 Harrison – Chater 3, Christensen 2, Cima 15, Lerum 10 Boys Harrison 59, Drummond 31 The Trojan men had a slow first quarter and were un

Prospectors stay perfect with easy road win over Lima

LIMA – The Granite Prospectors have hit their stride early, finishing the 2019 portion of their schedule with a pristine 4-0 record. “We were hitting on all cylinders tonight,” said GHS Head Coach Dustin Keltner. “We caught fire early as Brian Ward hit 4 threes in the opening half while Kade Cutler and Daniel Brabender controlled the boards. “Our team shared the ball and shot extremely well tonight. We knocked down nine threes and were a perfect 10-for-10 from the line. I am extremely pleased with our entire lineup tonight. We have a lot of kids who can score the basketball.” Every Prospector in the book got into the scoring column against Lima, led by Ward’s 21 points that all came in the f

Drummond sweeps Victor in road opener

VICTOR – The Trojan men and women made it a clean sweep Friday night in Victor, both earning wins from the Pirates to open their regular schedule following the tip-off tournament a week earlier. Lady Trojans Drummond 55, Victor 15 It was a quick start and a dominating performance for the Lady Trojans as they easily swept past Victor. Drummond used a 12-4 first quarter run to establish a lead it would never relinquish. “We played as a team and kept our composure,” said junior Sydney Phillips. “You can tell we enjoy working hard and playing together. I am very excited for this season!” Phillips had 10 points, but it was freshman Holly Hauptman that led everyone in the game with 19. Jessie Stru

2019 Festival of Trees

PHILIPSBURG - The 2019 Festival of Trees was held Saturday night at the Ranch at Rock Creek. The night was a fundraiser for the Granite County Medical Foundation, which helps provide medical services for the residents of the county. Fifteen trees were created by various groups and businesses this year, with each including special presents and extras that helped drive the bidding. The auction raised $18,300 for the GCMF. NOTE - This story has been updated with the auction prices for each tree. 1. Cast a Flying Star – By The Highway Ones: Krista Johnson, Shelley Johnson, Nanci Moore, Maddy Mason, Patrick Little Sponsored by DCT Enterprises (Sunshine Station/White Front) Wade into the holiday

TIP-OFF TOURNEY: Lady Trojans, Prospector Men get wins in Day 2 of tourney

RONAN – The Lady Trojans evened their record at 1-1 and the Prospectors boys pushed theirs to 2-0 during play in the second day of the 2019 Tip-Off Tournament at Ronan High School. DRUMMOND GIRLS Drummond 53, St. Regis 37 A balanced first half of scoring and defense led the Lady Trojans to their first win of the year over the Lady Tigers. “For being our first two games of the season, we definitely showed the crowd we have great potential,” said DHS guard Jessie Struna. “We don't drag on our mistakes. All we have to say is next play and go from there. #sisterhood” Struna scored a game-high 14 points to lead Drummond, with teammates Sydney Phillips and Hannah Bradshaw close behind with 12 apie

TIP-OFF TOURNEY: Cutler leads Prospectors to win over Charlo in season opener

RONAN – It was a tough day for Granite County teams at the Tip-Off Tournament in Ronan Friday, with only the Prospectors boys claiming a win on opening night. Granite Boys Granite 66, Charlo 42 The Prospectors forced 15 first-half turnovers that allowed them to open 22-point leader after two periods on their way to an opening night win over Charlo in the Tip-Off Tournament. “We were able to jump on them early,” Granite Head Coach Dustin Keltner. “I thought we played a pretty complete game for the opening game. We shared the ball well and had a lot of different guys score and contribute in other ways.  We rebounded well and finished around the rim for the most part. “There are some things we

Titans celebrate successful 2019 8-man season

See the bottom of this article for the Titans 2019 Season Review Highlight Reel DRUMMOND – The Flint Creek Titans celebrated another successful season Wednesday night with their annual awards banquet. This year the event was held at the Community Hall in Drummond. Flint Creek finished the year at 7-4 when they fell in the quarterfinals of the MHSA 8-Man Football Playoffs, losing to Great Falls Central Catholic 49-34 on the road. They made it to that game by beating West Yellowstone in double overtime 46-40, also on the road. “At the start of the year we thought if we could get to the playoffs that we’d have had a pretty good year,” said Head Coach Mike Cutler, reflecting on the season. “The

Trustee position opens at Drummond Schools

TRUSTEE VACANCY Drummond Public Schools No.11 & 2 will have an elementary trustee vacancy beginning May 11th , 2020 (this trustee will vote on agenda items related to the whole district). Candidates for the trustee election on May 5, 2020 may file a Declaration of Intent and Oath of Candidacy with the district election administrator, Toby Wetsch at Drummond Public Schools. No candidate may appear on the ballot unless the candidate files between Thursday December 12, 2019 and Thursday, March 26, 2020. The candidate for trustee must be registered to vote at the time the Oath is filed. Any questions please feel free to contact Toby Wetsch at 288-3281 ext. 231

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